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Dallas Holocaust Museum Will Open With A New Mission

The Dallas Holocaust Museum has a new home, a new name, and a new mission.

Want to attend the grand opening of the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum? Well, they’re giving away free tickets on the morning of September 18th. Head here for details.

In this week’s Art&Seek Spotlight, we connect with the museum’s leadership to discuss why they decided their... | Read More

Amon Carter Museum Gets A Fresh New Look In Fort Worth

The “before” look of the Amon Carter’s second-floor galleries. All photos courtesy of the Amon Carter Museum unless otherwise noted.

The “after” look. The coffered ceiling and the LED lighting grid are designed to suggest daylight softened by a scrim.

Tonight is the gala opening of the Amon... | Read More

A Look Ahead At Highlights From The Art&Seek Calendar

If this week’s temperatures are any indication, fall is taking its sweet time coming to North Texas. Thankfully, we don’t have to wait for the fall art season because it’s in full swing! In fact, there’s so much going on this week it’s hard to know what to choose. Lucky for you we’ve done all the hard work for you. Check the picks for this week for art... | Read More

A Look Ahead At Highlights From The Art&Seek Calendar

If this week’s temperatures are any indication, fall is taking its sweet time coming to North Texas. Thankfully, we don’t have to wait for the fall art season because it’s in full swing! In fact, there’s so much going on this week it’s hard to know what to choose. Lucky for you we’ve done all the hard work for you. Check the picks for this week for art... | Read More

Not All ‘Lost’ Jazz Albums Are Created Equal

John Coltrane performs with drummer Elvin Jones and saxophonist Eric Dolphy in 1961. Impulse! Records is set to release the “lost” Coltrane album Blue World on Sept. 27.Bill Wagg/Redferns/Getty Images

Historians and critics have pored over the recordings of these jazz greats like Miles Davis, John Coltrane and Stan Getz so exhaustively, it might... | Read More

Art&Seek Jr: Fun Activities For This “In-Between” Season

This time of the year the word “fall” gets thrown around quite a bit. School has started, which is the symbolic kick-off for the season, and suddenly everyone is ready to sip pumpkin spice lattes, don fuzzy sweaters, and decorate with fall foliage. That might be true for the rest of the country, but as any Texan can tell you, fall in our neck of the woods is more like Summer 2.0.... | Read More

Aircraft Dispatchers Tell Their 9/11 Stories On Frame Of Mind

Jake Zelman, filmmaker and Southwest Airlines dispatcher

Frame of Mind honors the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks with “9/11: Voices of the Aircraft Dispatchers.” Director Jake Zelman features five dispatchers who were on duty, watching and listening to the tragic events that day. Zelman is a Southwest Airlines dispatcher and this is his... | Read More

A Fashion Exec Becomes A Hermit To Pursue Her Art

Ingrid Gipson was a successful Dallas fashion executive and designer in the 1980s. She left that world – and her family – behind and retreated into the woods in Oklahoma to pursue an almost obsessive drive to create.

Morrisa Maltz befriended Gipson and spent almost three years making a film about her, “Ingrid.” (It airs Thursday on “Frame of the Mind”... | Read More

TCU Professor Among Latest Accusing Placido Domingo Of Sexual Harassment

A new group of 11 women are accusing Placido Domingo of sexual harassment, and a TCU professor is among them, the Associated Press reports.

Angela Turner Wilson, who today teaches voice at the university, told the AP that the opera superstar grabbed her breast when they were appearing together in a production at the Washington Opera almost 20 years ago. Domingo was director of the... | Read More

TCU Professor Among Latest Accusing Placido Domingo Of Sexual Harassment

A new group of 11 women are accusing Placido Domingo of sexual harassment, and a TCU professor is among them, the Associated Press reports.

Angela Turner Wilson, who today teaches voice at the university, told the AP that the opera superstar grabbed her breast when they were appearing together in a production at the Washington Opera almost 20 years ago. Domingo was director of the... | Read More

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